It's Wednesday, and you guys should know what that means -- It's time for another LIVE video series featuring members of the Dante's Inferno video game development team. On tap for today: "Beyond the Game".
Anyone who reads this site knows that we are huge fans of the video game franchise Left 4 Dead (reviews here). The games just perfectly capture what we love about zombie movies ... horror, gore, political messages, oh, and more gore.
Rich Larm, the Lead Environment Artist on the Dante's Inferno video game, has provided Dread Central readers with an exclusive in-depth look at the process his team utilized to build out just one of the game's numerous environments, in this case an area of Limbo.
Considering the success of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, I’m surprised that Hollywood never got around to milking the adult fantasy genre for more content. Sure, that Conan reboot has been kicking around for years, but there are plenty of untapped properties out there that would translate to the big screen rather nicely. One of those assets, Darksiders - a newly released video game for both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 – is slated for a possible big screen adaptation soon. Read on to find out more!
It's the first Wednesday of the new year so that means it's time for another LIVE video series featuring members of the Dante's Inferno video game development team. On tap for today: "Gameplay in the Inferno," a discussion about the Level Design and Combat Design for Dante's Inferno.
Remember when the trailers for AVP:R came out around Christmas time a couple of years ago and we all got the fuzzy feeling inside? Little did we know that feeling would turn out to be indigestion caused by severe eye strain. A new story-based trailer has emerged for Sega's upcoming Aliens vs. Predator video game, and that feeling is back and looking more than justified. Get ready for a truly "Holy Shit!" moment!
It's Wednesday so that means it's time for another LIVE video series featuring members of the Dante's Inferno video game development team. On tap for today: "The Sights and Sounds of the Inferno," a developer discussion about bringing the game's audio and design elements to life.
Along with releasing the "Gates of Hell" demo on PS3 yesterday (Xbox players will get it on Christmas Eve) and showing off the first issue of its six-episode comic miniseries, the powers-that-be behind EA Games' Dante's Inferno just keep on giving. Up next: A big batch of screenshots and concept art.
Here's something cool ... the Dante's Inferno team at EA is launching a weekly live video series starting today featuring members of the development team. The live stream will act as a direct pipeline for fans to come inside the studio for some one-on-one with the game's creators. Pretty neat!
Owners of the Nintendo Wii will be able to revisit the town of Silent Hill soon enough with the release of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, but we figured hey ... it's the holiday season! Let's give away some spooky!
How we loved every second spent in Rapture. There's no doubt the original BioShock earned every bit of its Game of the Year award upon its release and its sequel BioShock 2 looks to be delivering more of the goods we've come to love and then some. Don't believe me? Check out the new trailer for the game dubbed, "Siren Alley". Synopsis
Here's something cool ... the Dante's Inferno team at EA is launching a weekly live video series starting tomorrow featuring members of the development team. The live stream will act as a direct pipeline for fans to come inside the studio for some one-on-one with the game's creators. Pretty neat!
One of the decade's most innovative survival horror titles is back with an all new installment into its interstellar spookshow ... Dead Space 2 is on its way! Can I get an amen?
The PlayStation 2 will get one of its last gasps of horror-filled air in January when Konami's Silent Hill: Shattered Memories debuts on the system along with the PSP. Nintendo Wii owners however only have to wait until next Tuesday. To gear up for this auspicious occasion, we have landed an extended trailer brimming with spookiness and a ridiculous rock song. Dig it!